Braddock National Bank Pittsburgh

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celestino75
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Braddock National Bank Pittsburgh

Postby celestino75 » 23 Jun 2011, 22:15

Hi to everybody.
I have known that the emigrants of my zone used "Braddock National Bank" to send the money to house.
The Braddok Bank was purchased by the Mellon Bank in 1947 and closed in 1990.
If someone closed the account of my great-grandfather also delivered a certificate of death.
How do I find the file of the Braddock Bank?
Thanks

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Re: Braddock National Bank Pittsburgh

Postby anitapgh » 07 Jul 2011, 03:57

Celestino,

How funny! My friend recently bought that building and has installed an art space there. Very cool old place. What document do you need from the bank? I imagine your best bet would be to contact Mellon Bank, since they likely inherited the records from the Braddock bank.

Are you in Pittsburgh? If so, are you Italian speaking? Perhaps we could work something out with my translations.

Good luck!

AM

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Re: Braddock National Bank Pittsburgh

Postby celestino75 » 10 Jul 2011, 21:26

Hi,
I look for all of my great-grandfather, above all the place and the certificate of death.
I am Italian and I write from Italy.
Thanks


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